AMCHAM requests the commitment from members to strictly adhere to the SOPs

Compliance is Essential

AMCHAM is requesting the commitment from our members that have been given the green light to operate during the Full Movement Control Order (FMCO 3.0) to strictly adhere to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) set by the government.

The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has warned that the authorities would take immediate action to close the companies should any of them fail to adhere to the SOP or fail to provide full cooperation to the Ministry of Health (MoH) in preventing the spread of COVID-19.

Please also help your supporting ecosystem of suppliers and vendors that have also been approved to be compliant and to share best practices with them to get them into compliance with the SOPs that govern them.



To date, the MITI Enforcement team has closed 8 premises since the start of FMCO 3.0, June 1st. There were 6 facilities that were told to close for a 7 days period while 2 others for 14 days.

Falsely declaring business activities/operations in the CIMS 3.0 system is an automatic 14 days closure, and flaunting the 60% rule workforce is automatic 7 days. No appeal will be entertained. MITI will propose to the National Security Council (NSC) to publicly name the companies that are penalised in these particular categories.

AMCHAM calls upon all our members for your full cooperation to strictly comply with the SOPs to ensure uninterrupted business activities during FMCO 3.0.